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I used Mcafee's Site Advisor for a few days but the program started malfunctioning, so I uninstalled it. I thought it was a good idea to have a program that alerted you to unsafe websites.


I've now read somewhere about Firetrust's Sitehound. Has anyone used this program or can give some advice about whether it's a legitimate program?


Thanks in advance.

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I've never used this program before but they have a forum section part of castlecops. http://www.castlecops.com/f204-SiteHound.html

Anyone who has ever been to castlecops knows they don't support junk/malicious software. :)


Their is a free version and pro version. This is what you get with pro:


Information about why the site was blocked and user comments.

- You will see vital information about the dangers of visiting the site and all audited comments from other users and security experts. Unregistered users do not see this information about why the site is a threat.


Automatic daily updates to the SiteHound database.

- Up to the minute updates of rogue sites are provided automatically. Unregistered users have to remember to manually update.


Maps and information showing where websites are hosted.

- Comprehensive maps showing you where the site is hosted and who it belongs to. Unregistered users do not see this information.


A free guide on how to spot frauds, scams and other threats

on the Internet.

Notification of software upgrades.

Technical support 7 days a week.

1 year of updates. ($12.95 annual subscription)

Our 100% no-hassle money-back guarantee.



I like siteadvisor just fine but if anyone tries this and likes it better let me know. :)

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